Cheap Flights To South Africa
Cheapest price to South Africa
(from London Heathrow)
fare was last inquired on May 28, 2017
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Thrifty and cheap flights to South Africa are a key specialty with TravelHouseUK, being one of the leading African flight experts. If you are merely hunting for an economical flight home, we have the suitable flights for you to fly to South Africa. If you are hunting for a vacation, you can select from a multitude of striking destinations like Johannesburg, Cape town, Durban, Port Elizabeth and East London, All these airports operate frequent international flights.
We ensure value for money for our clients through bargain deals for flights to South Africa listed in our fare database. Our professional travel consultants assist you in choosing the appropriate flights as per your ideal trip plans. Make to order your itinerary through an array of direct and indirect flight options to South Africa. Simply leave us a query on our contact us page, or for an immediate availability report and best price comparison, call our agent to get great deals on flights. Seasoned with over a decade of experience in business class flights for destinations such as South Africa, our experts can assist you with comfortable, luxurious as well as lowest priced tickets in market.
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When is the most suitable time to book cheap flights to South Africa?
With an ever increasing tourism trend for African Safari, South Africa offers incredibly exhilarating Safari tours and much more for the visitors from across the European World. The most suitable time to book cheap flights to South Africa from UK depends on multiple factors. By casting heedful eyes over the general trend, you can get the deal done from UK to South Africa in as low as ₤395.
For budget-wise travellers, peak season is whenever they can get the bargain price for flights to South Africa. An enormous crowd during school holidays and festivals in the country makes it hard enough to find any reasonable quote for your flight. Owing to the situation, family tours to South Africa in July 2017 will cost you a bit high than usual. Still a large number of UK residents with South African descent seek economical flights to South Africa during holiday season to connect with their homeland. However, a travel expert can assist you in finding the best deal beforehand, but make sure to book in advance by all means.
Celebrating Christmas and New Year in South Africa has clear differences for the UK residents as the festivities in spring season uplifts the spirits of eventful celebrations. As a matter of course, December 2017 in South Africa is expected to embrace a horde of tourists from UK to cherish the pleasant surprises of blossoming spring along with the revels of Christmas. Moreover, New Year is also marked as public holiday in South Africa. Like all other festivals, Easter is celebrated with great zeal and fervour. Thus, visitors seek flights to South Africa during Easter holidays in April which enable them to splurge in holiday making with their families.
In addition to that, Safari tours are operated round the year. Pleasant temperatures call for the most appropriate time for Safari tours between April-May and then again, in September-October. This time of the year is also ideal for booking cheap flights to South Africa as it doesn’t coincide with school holidays or other events.
Furthermore, if you are trying to avoid elevated flight prices for March 2018, it is advisable to get in touch with the travel experts at Travel house UK as soon as possible to keep yourself informed about the cheapest quotes available so far.
When is the best time to visit South Africa?
South Africa stands for temperate climate round the year. With a tentative plan to explore the hidden gems of South Africa, it’s not really a significant factor to base your decision on weather conditions unless weather can cause hindrances in your activity plan. Of course, an overwhelming factor could be your activities and adventures that can take your adrenaline glands to fun land by taking cheap flights to the ever-thriving South Africa. Furthermore, winter falls in June and is expected to cast its gloomy cold spells till August. It is characterized by minimal downpours. Such weather attracts the visitors to South African game parks and much more. To be more specific for winter, Cape wine lands enchants the flocks more particularly in low temperatures with its vegetations. Whereas pristine beaches welcome the tourists for savoury delights in summer season. For Hikers, spring and autumn season is the best time of the year in South Africa. Enriched with bustling traditions and encounters, South Africa is a special treat for visitors at any given time of the year.Off-Peak Season:
Apparently, there is not an exclusively low season but wet season is likely to put a brake on swarm of tourists in December. Otherwise, with the lesser amount of tourists flocking into the country during June and August, it calls for the most suitable time to seek cheapest rates for top notch hotels and accommodation places. Temperature extremes are also not considered very appropriate to travel around the country with exotic tourist highlights. Temperature which is expected to drop below zero curtails the prospective visitors to head on for mountaineering adventures. At the same time, South Africa welcomes the folks to get acquainted with the cultural events backed by historical African tales such as OppiKoppi. Consequently, it always has something to stimulate senses like Safari dreams even for the budget-wise travellers and inclement weather would not last much longer to interrupt your outdoor expedition.
How long is the flight to South Africa?
- Direct flights to O.R tambo international airport from london heathrow :11 hours
- Direct flights to South Africa from London Heathrow (LHR-JNB): 10 hours 50 minutes
- London Heathrow to South Africa (Cape Town international Airport) :11 hours 30 minutes
- London Heathrow to South Africa(O.R Tambo international Airport) (LHR-DXB-JNB):16 hours 20 minutes
- Flights from Newcastle to South Africa with a quick stopover in Dubai (NCL-DXB-JNB):18 hours 10 minutes
- Manchester to Johannesburg (MAN-DXB-JNB) via Dubai: 18 hours and 10 minutes
- Heathrow to South Africa (Cape Town) via Dubai: 17 hours and 40 minutes
- Flying from London Heathrow to South Africa ( LHR-IST-JNB):15 hours 35 minutes
- Flights to South Africa (Cape Town) from London (MAN-IST-CPT): 13 hours 40 minutes
- Manchester to South africa (O.R tambo airport) via Istanbul: 17 hours and 5 minutes
- London Heathrow to South Africa flights (LHR-NBO-JNB) :15 hours 30 minutes
- Flights from Manchester to South Africa with a stopover in Amsterdam (MAN-AMS-JNB):13 hours and 50 minutes
- Flights to South Africa from Edinburgh (EDI-AMS-JNB): 14 hours 15 minutes
- Heathrow to Cape Town (CPT) via Amsterdam(LHR-AMS-CPT): 13 hours and 50 minutes
- Heathrow to Johannesburg (South Africa): 18 hours and 45 minutes
- Flights from Manchester to South Africa (MAN-AUH-JNB):18 hours 05 minutes
- Heathrow to South Africa (LHR-DOH-JNB): 16 hours and 10 minutes
- Manchester flying via Doha to South Africa (MAN-DOH-JNB):16 hours 30 minutes
- Heathrow to South Africa (LHR-FRA-JNB):13 hours
- Flights from Birmingham to South Africa (BHX-FRA-JNB) :14 hours 10 minutes
- Flights to South Africa (JNB) from Edinburgh (EDI-FRA-JNB): 13 hours 40 minutes
- Manchester to South Africa (JNB) via Frankfurt: 13 hours and 25 minutes
- Heathrow to South Africa via Charles De Gaulle Airport: 12 hours and 45 minutes
- Glasgow to South Africa flying with Air France via Paris ( GLA-JNB):15 hours 10 minutes
- Manchester to Johannesburg via Charles De Gaulle Airport: 13 hours and 10 minutes
Weekly Schedule of major airlines from UK to South Africa
- Flights from London Heathrow to South Africa(O.R.Tambo International airport)
- British Airways (BA) : Twice Daily flights from London Heathrow departing at 19:00 and 21:00
- Emirates (EK) : 7 days a week
- South African Airways (SA) : Daily 02 flights from London Heathrow departing at 19:00 and 21:00
- Virgin Atlantic (VS) : Daily flights from London Heathrow departing at 20:00
- Turkish Airlines :Daily flight 7 days a week with a quick stopover in Istanbul
- Kenya Airways : Regular flights on daily basis through out the week
- KLM (KL) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Etihad Airways : 7 days a week
- Qatar Airways :Daily flights Monday till Sunday
- Lufthansa (LH) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Air France (AF) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Flights from Manchester to South Africa:
- British Airways : Daily 02 flights Monday till Sunday via London Heathrow
- Emirates (EK) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Etihad Airways (EY): Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Lufthansa (LH) Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Air France Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Qatar Airways (QR) : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- London Heathrow to Cape Town (CPT)
- KLM (KL) : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- Emirates (EK) : Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Major Airports in South Africa
- Bloemfontein Airport (BFN)
- Cape Town International Airport (CPT)
- East London Airport (ELS)
- George Airport (GRJ)
- Kimberley Airport (KIM)
- King Shaka International Airport (DUR)
- Nelspruit Airport (NLP)
- O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB)
- Pilanesberg International Airport (NTY)
- Port Elizabeth International Airport (PLZ)
- Richards Bay Airport (RCB)
When it comes to road and rail infrastructure, South Africa is regarded as the back bone of the region. Its home-based international bus companies not only operate across the corners of the country; they also operate regular routes connecting neighboring countries. Modern highways link all the main cities, functioning in parallel with the well-established rail network in South Africa.
With the country welcoming the major share of tourists arriving in Africa, South Africa has emerged with a diverse variety of options for all of its travellers. A national level authority maintains regulations of classifying all the hotels in accordance of their standards and services within the major cities. Accommodations specializing in local hospitality include guest houses for ‘paying guests’ to facilitate Bed & breakfast services, as well as campsites.
Game reserves and national parks have their own designated accommodations in their premises, consisting of lodges and huts for safari visitors. For the more ‘unconventional’ traveller, camper vehicles as well as houseboats are also available for getting to stay along the roads or by the lakes.